Where to Find Free Christmas Music
Posted on Monday, December 23rd, 2013 at 7:00 am
Need some festive music to get you through the last few days before Christmas? What could go better with your eggnog than some free Christmas music? Here is where to find some free, legal to download, music to make your holiday a little brighter.
Where to Get Free Christmas Music
Last.FM has tons of free Christmas music for you to listen to, enjoy, and download for free. This is a great place to find original Christmas songs by bands that you are unfamiliar with. Try something new!
You can listen to a short preview of each song before making the decision about whether you would like to download it. You are not required to have a Last.FM account in order to download the freebies.
Green Hill is a Christmas music sample that includes 20 holiday favorites. It was released in 2013. You can download the entire album, or just the songs you like best, from Amazon.com. Each song on the album is a version of a traditional Christmas song.
You can find so many free Christmas songs (and some entire Christmas albums) at Amazon.com. What type of music do you enjoy? Whether the answer to that question is a techno version of “Jingle Bells”, holiday music by the Scandinavian Philharmonic Orchestra, or original Christmas songs – its all in there, somewhere. You will need to have an account at Amazon.com in order to download these songs.
Paste Magazine Holiday Sampler
Paste Magazine puts together a holiday sampler of free music every year. This year’s version includes 14 songs by bands and artists whose names you may recognize. You can listen to a sample of each song before you download the album. To download it, you need to give Paste Magazine your email. They will send you a code. Use it to download the entire album.
What do you already have at home?
Don’t forget to dig out those Christmas albums, or holiday mp3s, that you enjoyed last year! One of the best ways to save money on Christmas music is to remember that you already have some at home. Where did you put them? Many people have started a tradition of playing Christmas music as their family opens presents together.